Upon being notified that she would be Britain’s new Prime Minister, Theresa May’s first act was to sign a pledge committing her to remember the Holocaust etc.
Her second was to spend the evening before her confirmation by the Queen at a private dinner at the home of Chief Rabbi Ephraim Mirvis. The Israeli newspaper Haaretz welcomed her as “ the most pro-Israel and Jew-friendly prime minister in British history.”
Here she is, commemorating the (nonexistent) Jewish deaths in the Charlie Hebdo incident.
Boris Johnson, former Mayor of London, is here praying to the Magic Wall and even wearing a yarmulke – he’s not even Jewish. Did that get him a job as Foreign Secretary?
The new mayor of London, Sidique Kahn, what was the first thing he did upon being elected? Why, he went to a Holocaust-memorial event. This was in May, how did they manage one…
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